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Interprete: Boots Randolph
Titolo: Cool Boots
Stile: Smooth Jazz, Easy Listening
Rilasciato: 1975
Cat#: KZ 33803
Paese: US
Etichetta: Monument
Dimensione versione MP3: 2986 mb
Dimensione versione FLAC: 1307 mb
Dimensione versione WMA: 1868 mb
Valutazione: 4.4
Voti: 288
Genere: Jazz

Scaricare album Boots Randolph - Cool Boots


Tracklist

1Feelings
Written-By – Morris Albert
3:18
2A String Of Pearls
Written-By – Eddie DeLange, Jerry Gray
2:25
3Here's That Rainy Day
Written-By – Johnny Burke-James Van Heusen
3:19
4Mr. Lucky
Written-By – Henry Mancini
2:27
5Land Of Dreams
Written-By – Eddie Heywood, Norman Gimbel
2:40
6Canadian Sunset
Written-By – Eddie Heywood, Norman Gimbel
3:45
7Yellow Summer
Written-By – Joe Lubin, Tupper Saussy
2:59
8Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
Written-By – Joseph Zawinul
2:41
9Melody For Michelle
Written-By – Fred Foster
2:32
10The Way We Were
Written-By – Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, Marvin Hamlisch
3:00
11Everytime You Touch Me (I Get High)
Written-By – Billy Sherrill, Charlie Rich
2:59

Versioni

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KZ 33803Boots Randolph Cool Boots ‎(LP, Album)MonumentKZ 33803Canada1975
MC-6618Boots Randolph Cool Boots ‎(LP, Album, RE)MonumentMC-6618US1976

Crediti

  • Arranged ByBill Justis
  • Art Direction [Photography]Ken Kim
  • BassHenry Strzelecki, Tommy Cogbill
  • DrumsKenneth Buttrey, Kenny Malone
  • GuitarHarold Bradley
  • Guitar [Jazz]Tommy Cogbill
  • KeyboardsBill Pursell, Buddy Skipper
  • Mastered ByMac Evans
  • PianoJohn Propst
  • ProducerFred Foster
  • Recorded ByBrent Maher
  • Tenor SaxophoneBoots Randolph
  • TromboneBruce Waterman, Dennis Good, Gary Russell, Gene Mullins, Roger Bissell
  • TrumpetDon Sheffield, George Tidwell
  • WoodwindBill Puett

Notes

Our Thanks To The American Ice Delivery Co., of Nashville, Tenn., For Their Full Co-operation In Keeping Boots "Cool."

Aziende

  • Recorded At – Creative Workshop
  • Mastered At – Masterfonics

Album

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